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How to identify which iPhone model you have

January 14, 2016 No comments

About to sell your iPhone back, but don’t know which iPhone model you own? While some models are very similar, there are subtle differences that will allow you to more easily identify which one it is.

5 Things We Want the Apple Watch 2 to Have

January 14, 2016 No comments

The Apple Watch has been out for almost a year, and has sold well. Apple doesn’t like to rest on it’s laurels for long though, and it is widely rumored that the second generation model will launch sometime in March.

How to Attach Documents From Your iCloud Drive to an Email

December 2, 2015 No comments

Were you sitting and fretting, thinking, “I might have to sell my sell my iPhone, because I need something like Google Drive so I have access to my documents”?  Well, worry no longer, because with iOS 9, Apple has released iCloud Drive. Unlike many other Apple updates, with iCloud Drive they did not slap another unmovable icon on your home screen.  In order to put the icon on your home screen you must enable it through our iCloud settings.  

How to Make Your iPhone Answer Calls on Speakerphone

December 2, 2015 No comments

I can’t say how many times I have answered my phone with my hands busy.  Most of those times I either don’t have a hands free device plugged in, or I’m driving or cooking, and I end up fumbling around with my phone trying to turn on the speaker. In order to solve the issue, I learned how to make all my calls answer immediately on speakerphone.  The setting is incredibly easy to switch, so I can turn it on and off if I know I am going to be cooking or driving and I want to be able to answer my phone yet keep doing whatever incredibly world changing task I am involved in. Follow my lead:

How to Free Up Space On Your iCloud Account

November 13, 2015 No comments

As most people are aware, storage space is valuable and limited, especially cloud storage space.  iCloud is Apple’s cloud storage server and Apple gives all of their customers 5gb of free storage space. 5gb however, is nowhere near enough space to simply save everything, giving no thought to capacity limitations.  Deleting old backups or multiple backups can help conserve some of this valuable space.  Also, if you are going to sell your iPhone to ePelican, or are thinking of selling your iPhone in the future, it helps to remove old backups ensuring the sale of no more than the old device.  Here is a simple walk through to free up space on your iCloud account.

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